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2. The taiping rebellion (ty ping), which lasted from 1850 to 1864. 3. Hong Xiuquan called for an end to the hated qing dynasty. 4. Europeans keep up pressure on the china
Why do you think the Qing Dynasty had to share power with regional commanders after the Taiping Rebellion? (3- 4 complete sentences) Qing dynasty had Western Incursion Page 590 Cause Effect Japan began to modernize Japan joined Western powers in the competition for a global empire In 1894, japanese pressure on china to the Sino- Japanese War. Japan gained the island of Taiwan Western power moved to carve Britain, France, Germany, and Russia gained territory in China The United States feared The imperial powers
they might be shut out of China accepted the idea of an open trade The Hundred Days of Reform set out to modernize China The emperor was imprisoned, and the aging empress Ci Xi reasserted control. The Boxer Uprising Use the boxes below to put the key events of the Boxer Uprising in order. Anti-foreign feelings grew in China because of Christian missionaries, and foreign troops In 1899, a group of chinese had formed a secret society, the righteous harmonious fists.
In a 1900, the boxers attack foreigners across china. Western powers and Japan organize to crush the boxers and rescue foreigners under attack in Beijing China once again had to make concessions to foreigners Growth of Chinese Nationalism 1. What are some similarities between Chinese reforms and reforms of other nations we have already studied?
2. What are the “Three Principles of the People”? 3. What caused the Qing dynasty to finally fall?

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